A career in education is likely to take you to a variety of settings and locations.
Fittingly, Ball State offers immersive experiences and travel-abroad programs that can provide life-changing opportunities to explore intercultural issues and integrate theory and practice.
Student Teaching in Germany
Fall or Spring
Elementary and secondary education majors at Ball State may consider student teaching in Germany in either Fall or Spring semesters.
Candidates teach children of U.S. military and civilian personnel stationed abroad. All schools are on a United States Air Force base in the Rhine and Mosul Valley region.
Practicum in England
Spend six weeks in summer studying, teaching, and traveling. Earn 9 credit hours in required courses as you teach in the British Primary Schools.
Explore the history and culture of Great Britain as you travel with your practicum group.
For more information, contact Jackie Sydnor.
Our Rinker Center for International Programs offers many options for studying abroad, from class trips led by professors to independent exchanges at foreign universities. These programs are open to all students, and they vary in length, location, and cost. Learn more.